Learning Leadership is Like Sauerkraut

Sauerkraut, it it’s day, was a major innovation that saved thousands of lives – the lives of sailors who ate sauerkraut and didn’t get scurvy.   In fact, without sauerkraut, James Cook may never have made it to my current home town of Corner Brook, NL. Sticking with that food theme, we know that most […]

Learning Network Leadership – A Path Forward

If we are to build an effective learning network, what will it look like? An effective learning network is complex, changing, growing, shrinking, morphing over old, new and evolving platforms. ┬áIt reaches into classrooms and across the globe, held together by personal learning networks (PLNs) that continually build new connections, cultivate new relationships and learning […]